Toolkit for Developing and Influencing Physical Activity Policy

The Physical Activity Resource Centre (PARC) created a toolkit for developing and influencing physical activity policy. After 15 years of supporting physical activity promoters across Ontario, PARC has ceased its service on March 31, 2018. PARC, The Centre of Excellence for Physical Activity Promotion was managed by OPHEA.

Advancing Equity & Inclusion - A Guide for Municipalities

This guide created by City for All Women Initiative and Partners, addresses inequities in resources, access and power which cost our communities and organizations socially and financially.

Gender Equality Policy

This policy and checklist created by Right to Play explicitly supports gender equality and the principles expressed in the Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC).

Inclusive Physical Literacy Webinar

This webinar delivered by Andrea Carey of OneAbility introduced the concept of inclusive Physical Literacy, including how to offer inclusive programming and how to plan intentionally for inclusive programming and how to provide a supportive and welcoming environment for a person with a disability.

Gender Equity in Sport and Physical Activity Policy

Women are historically and significantly underrepresented in all areas of sport participation, especially in terms of management, administration, coaching, and officiating.

viaSport LGBTQI2S Resources

A series of policy guidelines from viaSport that can be used by provincial and disability sports organizations to create more inclusive environments, policies, and practices related to sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression with the goal of creating safe, inclusive and welcoming environments for all athletes, coaches, o

Inclusive Marketing and Communications

This weblink from the Activity Alliance provides 10 Factsheets on how to create more inclusive marketing and communication materials covering social media, events, digital communications, language, accessible budget, campaigns, design, photography, news and a checklist to refer to

Good Practices for Creating Gender-Equitable Boards in Sport

Canadian Women & Sport (formerly The Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women in Sport and Physical Activity -CAAWS), supports and champions Sport Canada’s objective of achieving gender equity in sport at all levels by 2035. CAAWS believes it begins at the top: ensuring gender-equitable boards of directors.